ottawa - Canada is going to work on a kind of human rights for airline passengers. This was announced by Transport Minister Marc Garneau on Tuesday.
The Independent Canadian Transport Organization (CTA) has to work out regulations that protect passengers from breach of their rights, according to Garneau.
In particular, it concerns the protection of passengers who can not, for obvious reasons, abstain from aboard the aircraft, reimburse damaged or lost luggage and compensate for loss of flight.
In April, a passenger was erased a device from the American airline United Airlines because the plane was overbooked. The company received a storm of criticism.